Proctor Program


Proctor parents, also referred to as professional parents, are single individuals or married couples who provide care to children placed in their home. Proctor parents provide a home family environment, nutritious meals, companionship, guidance and physical, social, and emotional care. Proctor care may be short term or for several years depending upon the needs of the child and his/her family.

Proctor Program


Proctor parents, also referred to as professional parents, are single individuals or married couples who provide care to children placed in their home. Proctor parents provide a home family environment, nutritious meals, companionship, guidance and physical, social, and emotional care. Proctor care may be short term or for several years depending upon the needs of the child and his/her family.

Proctor Program


Proctor parents, also referred to as professional parents, are single individuals or married couples who provide care to children placed in their home. Proctor parents provide a home family environment, nutritious meals, companionship, guidance and physical, social, and emotional care. Proctor care may be short term or for several years depending upon the needs of the child and his/her family.

Proctor Program


Proctor parents, also referred to as professional parents, are single individuals or married couples who provide care to children placed in their home. Proctor parents provide a home family environment, nutritious meals, companionship, guidance and physical, social, and emotional care. Proctor care may be short term or for several years depending upon the needs of the child and his/her family.

Your Role as a Proctor Parent

Your Role as a Proctor Parent

Your Role as a Proctor Parent

Provide

Provide a safe and nurturing home environment, structure, and guidance

Teach

Teach basic living and self-sufficiency skills

Act

Act as a positive role model

Encourage

Encourage the youth to maintain and develop positive relationships

Provide

Provide a safe and nurturing home environment, structure, and guidance

Teach

Teach basic living and self-sufficiency skills

Act

Act as a positive role model

Encourage

Encourage the youth to maintain and develop positive relationships

Proctor Parent Qualifications


• Must be 21 years of age or older
• Cannot be cohabiting – – couples must be married
• Must be able to pass a background screening that checks for criminal charges and adult/child abuse charges
• Must be certified in CPR and First Aid
• Must have adequate space in your home
• Must be physically and emotionally stable
• Must have a stable income sufficient to maintain your household needs
• Must have reasonable expectations for the youth in your home
• Need to accept the youth’s relationship with his/her natural parents

Proctor Parent Qualifications


• Must be 21 years of age or older
• Cannot be cohabiting – – couples must be married
• Must be able to pass a background screening that checks for criminal charges and adult/child abuse charges
• Must be certified in CPR and First Aid
• Must have adequate space in your home
• Must be physically and emotionally stable
• Must have a stable income sufficient to maintain your household needs
• Must have reasonable expectations for the youth in your home
• Need to accept the youth’s relationship with his/her natural parents

Proctor Parent Qualifications


• Must be 21 years of age or older
• Cannot be cohabiting – – couples must be married
• Must be able to pass a background screening that checks for criminal charges and adult/child abuse charges
• Must be certified in CPR and First Aid
• Must have adequate space in your home
• Must be physically and emotionally stable
• Must have a stable income sufficient to maintain your household needs
• Must have reasonable expectations for the youth in your home
• Need to accept the youth’s relationship with his/her natural parents

Proctor Parent Qualifications


• Must be 21 years of age or older
• Cannot be cohabiting – – couples must be married
• Must be able to pass a background screening that checks for criminal charges and adult/child abuse charges
• Must be certified in CPR and First Aid
• Must have adequate space in your home
• Must be physically and emotionally stable
• Must have a stable income sufficient to maintain your household needs
• Must have reasonable expectations for the youth in your home
• Need to accept the youth’s relationship with his/her natural parents

Compensation


CBTS, Inc. offers proctor parents additional assistance and support in fulfilling their very important role, along with monthly/as needed training opportunities. Proctor parents are compensated approximately $800 – $2400.00/month depending upon the number of youth placed in the home. The money received is considered to be tax free and not included on your income taxes.

Compensation


CBTS, Inc. offers proctor parents additional assistance and support in fulfilling their very important role, along with monthly/as needed training opportunities. Proctor parents are compensated approximately $800 – $2400.00/month depending upon the number of youth placed in the home. The money received is considered to be tax free and not included on your income taxes.

Compensation


CBTS, Inc. offers proctor parents additional assistance and support in fulfilling their very important role, along with monthly/as needed training opportunities. Proctor parents are compensated approximately $800 – $2400.00/month depending upon the number of youth placed in the home. The money received is considered to be tax free and not included on your income taxes.

Compensation


CBTS, Inc. offers proctor parents additional assistance and support in fulfilling their very important role, along with monthly/as needed training opportunities. Proctor parents are compensated approximately $800 – $2400.00/month depending upon the number of youth placed in the home. The money received is considered to be tax free and not included on your income taxes.

We need your help to provide
a better future for Utah’s at-risk youth


Become a Proctor Parent

We need your help to provide
a better future for Utah’s at-risk youth


Become a Proctor Parent

We need your help to provide
a better future for Utah’s at-risk youth


Become a Proctor Parent

  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

  • 801-268-4044

  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

  • 801-268-4044

  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
  • 801-268-4044


  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
  • 801-268-4044